Definition of Credophile

1. Noun. One who gets positive pleasure from belief and pain from doubt; one who collects beliefs not for utility but for glitter and whom, once he or she has embraced a belief, it takes something more than mere disproof to make to let go. ¹



2. Noun. One who is especially gullible. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Credophile

credited(p)
crediting
creditless
creditor
creditor's rights
creditors
creditour
creditours
credits
creditworthiness
creditworthy
crednerite
credo
credobaptist
credobaptists
credophile (current term)
credophiles
credos
creds
credulities
credulitiveness
credulity
credulous
credulously
credulousness
credulousnesses
creed
creedal
creeded
creeding

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